This month on Africa Is a Country Radio, we continue our theme of sports and music, and look at the history of Olympic success in athletics of various African countries.
For World Refugee Day, Africa Is a Country Radio visited Tijuana, Mexico to talk with Josiane Moukam about what life is like for African migrants at the US border.
This month on AIAC Radio, Boima invites Liam Brickhill to talk cricket, select some cricket related tunes, and glance at the game from the viewpoint of Zimbabwe.
On this month’s AIAC Radio, Boima celebrates all things basketball, looking at its historical relationships with music and race, then focusing on Africa’s biggest names in the sport.
This month on Africa Is a Country Radio, taking inspiration from the work of Chinua Achebe, we take a listen to the music of the post-independence era on the African continent.
On AIAC Radio, DJ Ripley aka Professor Larisa Mann, and talk about her new book “Rude Citizenship” on copyright and the colonial legacy in Jamaica.
Fiston Mwanza Mujila’s debut novel is painted by the music of a nightclub in a fictional central African city-state. On this month’s AIAC Radio we imagined what it might sound like.
On AIAC Radio, Folarin Ajibade (@folarinistired) was inspired enough by Xavier Livermon’s book “Kwaito Bodies” to make a mix.
Africa Is a Country Radio is back with a new season. Each show will be inspired by the work of a different African author. First up, we explore the Ethiopian Tizita with Mukoma Wa Ngugi.
In our final episode of “Clubbing on the Continent,” Africa Is a Country Radio heads to Lisbon, Portugal.
Tracing the digital contours of the settler colony helps us understand how old inequalities will shape a future with artificial intelligence.